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+3
level 50
Nov 12, 2012
People's Republic of Korea? Isn't that one or is it just North Korea now.
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level 1
Nov 26, 2012
It is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
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level 34
Nov 26, 2012
That was the transitional government in place following the end of WWII.
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level 32
Nov 26, 2012
I'm pretty sure that they call themself simply Korea (which is by the way the exact same what the South does).
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level 32
Aug 17, 2013
no, the name for the northern half of korea the world calls it north korea
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level 30
May 19, 2014
People in South Korea say "South Korea" or "Korea." Officially/Internationally, they are the Republic of Korea. The North is internationally referred to as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea or, more simply, North Korea, even if they call themselves Korea (or "The one true Korea").
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level 73
Apr 18, 2015
RoK and DPRK. Source: I used to live in the RoK.
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level 22
Apr 20, 2015
Just say North Korea. It's simpler.
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level 65
Feb 23, 2016
No, they were the ones who came up with the name "Peoples Democratic Republic of Korea" They call themselves this because they think it makes them sound better, it's basically propaganda. They are not democratic at all, so I think the better name is just "north korea" but their government calls themselves the DPRK
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level 35
Nov 20, 2016
The quiz doesn't care what they call themselves.
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level 56
Mar 14, 2018
Technically, they don't call themselves by the same name in either English or Korean. South Korea is The Republic of Korea (RoK) in English; 한국 (Hangook) in Korean. North Korea is The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in English; 조선 (Joseon) in Korean. Though since the English-speaking world calls them North Korea and South Korea and these quizzes are in English, I'd say those common names are acceptable. After all, should we put Mexico in countries that start with U? Most countries don't have simple names and that would just get confusing.
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level 55
Aug 4, 2014
People's Republic of China is that way.
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level 73
Apr 18, 2015
On this site we only count adjectives in the official names of countries as part of the name of that country in the case of the USA, UAE, DRC and maybe RoC. And only when those names are rarely used in the common vernacular in the case of the latter two. For pretty much everything else, we don't. Yes it's inconsistent. Deal with it.
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level 39
May 9, 2015
North, South and East are adjectives.
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level 28
May 29, 2016
Just 'North/South Korea' ... I think
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level 34
Nov 26, 2012
I cant be the only one that tried Panem
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level 67
Nov 26, 2012
I did! I was really struggling towards the end so i tried it just in case. lol.
+1
level 24
Dec 20, 2015
sameee xD
+1
level 49
Jan 19, 2016
Snow would be disappointed that it's not on here...
+1
level 25
Jun 19, 2016
Snow disappointed? What else is new?
+2
level 8
Nov 26, 2012
i did not forget my country Philippines and only 56 % was know
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level 22
Jan 19, 2014
I too was shocked to see few people to know philippines. I am a Filipino.
+1
level 55
Jan 29, 2014
I think the Philippines are easily overlooked on this quiz because although it is written starting with a P, the name does not start with a 'P' sound.
+1
level 66
Apr 18, 2015
That's what happened to me, I was one short and kept trying Pi and Po through the alphabet, to no avail, but never thought of trying Ph.......
+1
level 10
Jul 15, 2015
Ah, they think our country changed to Filipines. LOL!
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level 39
Dec 4, 2015
It's moved up to 68% this proves my theory that people memorise the least known one just want to go on record saying that :)
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level 49
Jan 19, 2016
Up to 69%
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level 32
Nov 26, 2012
Peoples Republic of China?
+2
level ∞
Nov 26, 2012
Using that logic, Mexico would go under U and these quizzes wouldn't be very fun.
+1
level 35
Nov 20, 2016
You could put it in black like Palestine, so people don't try it.
+1
level 66
Jan 18, 2017
You could put them all in black and then we would all win.
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level 73
Nov 29, 2017
Federated States of Micronesia would go under F... Democratic Republic of Congo would go under D... it would be chaos!
+2
level 29
Nov 26, 2012
Today's Jeopardy episode has this as a category!
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level 48
May 25, 2018
lol
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level 28
Nov 27, 2012
I admit, I missed Philippines. I think it's because I was saying the hard "p" sound in my head and it starts with an "f" sound so it just didn't register.
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level 42
Jan 18, 2017
If you ask a Filipino (like me), we pronounce it with a "p" in the beginning.
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level 22
Nov 28, 2012
I didn't get Papua New Guinea cause people just call it New Guinea. At least everyone I know calls it that..
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level 55
Jan 10, 2014
New Guinea is the island; Papua New Guinea the country that forms its eastern half.
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level 42
Jan 19, 2017
I always call it papua new guinea
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level 73
Feb 8, 2017
I call it PNG.
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level 58
Feb 11, 2017
In Indonesia,we called it Papua
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level 33
Dec 29, 2012
misd palau and philippines.
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level 23
Jan 14, 2013
Puerto Rico?
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level 44
Feb 23, 2013
US territory.
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level 36
Mar 7, 2013
Palestine?
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level 51
Jan 19, 2014
not yet recognized as a sovereign state (aka independent country) yet but it governs itself
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level 71
Mar 7, 2014
More than two thirds of countries recognise Palestine as a sovereign nation. The UN doesn't, but that's because recognition requires the endorsement of the Security Council and the United States will use its veto to block any endorsement of a free vote in the General Assembly. If the USA were not to use its veto and allow the General Assembly to exercise its democratic powers then it seems likely that Palestine would be recognised since that only requires a two thirds majority.
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2014
Also, sovereignty doesn't depend on a UN vote. Palestine's sovereignty is like that of Tibet. It is an autonomous region whose borders are controlled by another country. One day, hopefully, both countries will attain independence, but wishing or UN votes do not make it so.
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level 62
Aug 18, 2014
TY for not including Palestine
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level 62
Nov 4, 2014
OK, I take it back
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level 70
Jan 18, 2015
I'm not sure about this claim that "sovereignty doesn't depend on a UN vote". That seems to be saying we can claim that a country isn't a country even if most of the countries of the world agree that actually it is! Even if a country loses control of its borders (which has happened to dozens of countries through the years) they don't stop being countries. They just become occupied countries.
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level 73
Mar 2, 2015
Palestine never lost control of its borders. It never had control. It was never a real country. And if it were, nobody knows where those borders are. Palestine doesn't even control Palestine.
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level 73
Apr 18, 2015
manutd's comment is kinda opposite: many countries "recognize" Palestinian sovereignty. In reality, there is no Palestinian government that has control over "Palestine"- however you want to define it. A group of vicious mobsters control Gaza internally, but still do not control the borders of the territory. The PNA has nominal control over some areas of "the West Bank," but Israel realistically controls this entire region. There are Israeli checkpoints between every city, and larges swaths of land where the PNA has no sway at all. Walls cut off and encircle bits of it. Those who live there and do not have Israeli citizenship often have Jordanian passports, not Palestinian ones. You can drive, for example, from the heart of East Jerusalem to Ramot, orthodox Jewish neighborhood, 10 minutes to the north and you will never see one sign of the Palestinian authority even though you are going through land that is marked as Palestine on many maps. Even go to Arab Beit Hanina, it's the same.
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level 73
Apr 18, 2015
source: lived in both Ramot and Beit Hanina.
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level 50
Jan 9, 2017
Everyone has to say "Palestine" because the Muslims won't get upset? Do you realize that that isn't how anything works?
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level 22
Apr 20, 2015
It is a country, but not a sovereign state.
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level 45
Sep 24, 2015
I don't recognize Palestine as a country.
+1
level 47
Nov 20, 2016
you will if you see whats going on in there and what started it
+1
level 12
Apr 1, 2013
I get the hard ones, but always forget the easy ones, like I get palau, but forget Portugal and peru
+1
level 24
Nov 22, 2015
yup, I got Panama XD
+1
level 7
Apr 5, 2013
Got em all :)
+1
level 48
Dec 15, 2013
2:42 left :)
+1
level 33
Dec 16, 2013
2:18 you cheated :P
+1
level 36
Feb 17, 2015
Actually, no he didn't. I had about 2:45 left, and I had to think for a few seconds to remember Philippines
+1
level 64
Apr 20, 2017
How do you know?
+1
level 29
Jan 8, 2014
How did I miss Papua New Guinea? I live there...
+1
level 59
Apr 20, 2017
Yikes...
+1
level 56
Mar 27, 2014
Missed Poland, the most obvious one but got everything else. *facepalm*
+1
level 73
Apr 20, 2017
I always forget Poland and Japan on these quizzes - no idea why.
+1
level 43
May 16, 2017
took me over a minute to get poland, managed it in the dying seconds!
+1
level 29
May 12, 2014
I got them all with 2:32 left....took me three tries. Fist time I only missed Philippines (face palm)..then I forgot Papua New Guinea. (That I remembered the first time).. Grr
+1
level 13
May 15, 2014
why did i missed Paraguay :(
+1
level 10
Jun 14, 2017
Why 'did you missed' your grammar lesson?
+1
level 51
May 30, 2014
there's many people who knows philippines, but or those who speaks in spanish is difficult o associate that with the P.
+1
level 10
Jul 15, 2015
Yeah, and I'm a Filipino. Many Filipino words derived from Spanish words.
+1
level 9
Jul 7, 2017
philippines is from the name felipenas or fliipinas
+1
level 9
Jul 7, 2017
hi im from manila philippines
+1
level 38
Jun 4, 2014
9/9 Get rekt n00bs! :P
+1
level 23
Aug 23, 2014
9/9 with 1: 26 left
+1
level 26
Nov 27, 2014
I was traveling across the world in my mind and STILL I forgot Philippines. Goddammit, brain.
+1
level 26
Nov 30, 2014
100% on 2nd try with 1:18 left. I forgot about Pakistan the first time, and i was kicking myself hard cos of it
+2
level 64
Apr 20, 2017
Hope you didn't hurt yourself to much.
+1
level 25
Jul 7, 2017
2 and a half years later lmao
+1
level 59
Dec 13, 2014
I managed to forget Portugal. Being European and having been to Portugal a few times, not impressed with myself on that one. Also tried Palestine, but....
+1
level 59
Oct 8, 2017
The only one I missed was Portugal, too. And I have been to Portugal. And I am of Portuguese descent. Hanging head in shame...
+1
level 19
Jan 5, 2015
sooooo ez
+3
level 48
Jan 24, 2015
Listen, there's a difference between facts and opinions. In this case, Palestine being a country is an opinion, not a fact. You do not get to decide if a territory fulfills all the requirements to be a State; I would say that everything points to Palestine not fulfilling these requirements, so I think it is a little stubborn to just affirm that it is a country, without at least giving an explanation stating which criteria is used to make such affirmation.
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level 73
Apr 18, 2015
which is probably why it's already filled in on the quiz and you don't have to guess it. There's no way to do it where everybody's happy but this is probably the best compromise.
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level 65
Apr 20, 2015
But apparently, YOU get to decide what those requirements are and whether or not Palestine fulfills them?
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level 48
Dec 4, 2015
The requirements have been determined by the international community, in the 1933 Montevideo Convention; it is precisely the international community which gets to decide whether or not Palestine fulfills these requirements, and since major world powers like USA, UK, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Canada, and Australia have yet to recognize Palestine as a sovereign country, and the UN has refused to accept them as a member, everything points to Palestine NOT being a country rather than the opposite. I don't get to decide anything, but I also don't get to impose my opinion.
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level 53
May 15, 2017
Also, Palestine has no control over its borders - not little, none.
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level 15
Aug 9, 2017
The majority of the international community recognises the State of Palestine. It has a status of a non-member observer state in the United Nations – which amounts to a de facto, or implicit, recognition of statehood. It is a member of the Arab League, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, G77, and the International Olympic Committee. So, yes, there's a difference between facts and opinions. And your *opinion* is outdated.
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level 15
Jan 25, 2015
palestine is not a country yet it's bid for recongnition lost in the united nations
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level 71
Apr 20, 2015
Yes, it did (8 'yes' votes, two 'no', and five abstentions). The vote was symbolic anyway as the USA had already indicated it would use its veto to block a positive outcome. The lack of democracy in the UN is its biggest failure, if you ask me. Allowing a handful of countries to block any vote that doesn't go their way is a peculiar way to run an organisation which is supposed to represent the entire world.
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level 73
Feb 8, 2017
Not when that handful of countries will be expected to provide finance and protection for all those decisions.
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level 39
Nov 30, 2017
That's why Working Class Americans have to pay such enormous taxes, so that the government can throw its money around to control "democratic" endeavors.
+1
level 44
Dec 23, 2017
IMO there's arguments both for and against veto rights. Big countries like Russia, USA, China definitely should have more power in the UN than lets say Palau or Micronesia; but I'd rather give them more votes than the ability to directly VETO a decision. Maybe give the big countries 10-20 votes each? Then there's the question how to decide who gets more votes.
+2
level 22
Feb 7, 2015
puerto rico should be on the list instead of palestine
+5
level 68
Apr 18, 2015
That's not even close to a country.
+19
level 70
May 24, 2017
Actually, it's really close to the Dominican Republic. :-P
+2
level 64
Apr 20, 2017
It's a US territory.
+4
level 34
Apr 26, 2017
Palestine is considered sovereign by many other countries. Puerto Rico is not even a state, it's a territory
+1
level 39
Dec 16, 2017
Yes
+1
level 34
Jan 7, 2018
Palestine is a city.
+1
level 22
Feb 7, 2015
9/9 with 2:04 left. No I did not Cheat, my brother used to be obsessed with countries and flags.
+3
level 36
Feb 17, 2015
Um... you don't need to say you didn't cheat if it took you nearly a minute to do the quiz
+1
level 13
Nov 6, 2017
Oh, yeah?! I got 9/9 with 2:32 left. >:)
+1
level 34
Apr 18, 2015
Palestine? I thought it was Israel's part
+1
level 45
Apr 18, 2015
Palestine doesn't exist. Get rid of it asap.
+4
level 68
Apr 18, 2015
It kind of does though.
+1
level 66
Apr 18, 2015
Kind of ....... doesn't hack it on Jetpunk (or shouldn't do)
+1
level 22
Apr 20, 2015
Very true. Palestine is NOT a soveriegn state
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level 65
Apr 20, 2015
Tell that to the vast majority of countries in the world who do, in fact, believe it exists and have indeed recognised it as such. Maybe they're just unaware of your opinion, and will change their stance once they know that you settled the issue once and for all?
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level 73
Apr 20, 2015
"vast majority" is a really bad overstatement.

Countries that do not recognize Palestine include 1st and 3rd world countries from every continent. Those within the USA's sphere of influence and those outside it. And together represent more than a quarter of the 196 countries on JetPunk's CotW quiz. Most nations that have any sort of concept of civic responsibility toward the world do not recognize that the PNA is the government of Palestine (which is what people really mean when they say "recognize Palestine") because they understand that this is not a reflection of reality and giving credence to a myth is dangerous and irresponsible. These countries include the USA, the UK, Germany, Australia, Japan, Denmark, The Netherlands, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, South Korea, France, Austria, Belgium and others.
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level 73
Apr 20, 2015
Countries that DO recognize the PNA's authority over "Palestine" fall mostly into one of three categories. Many are Muslim countries that hate Jews and believe the false narrative that foreign Jews stole native Muslim lands. Many are African countries that feel they have suffered from colonialism in the past and have now bought into the false narrative that Israel is the product of European colonialism. And a few are countries that simply have a problem with the USA and are trying to give the proverbial finger to America but don't give a rat's patoot about the people of Palestine. This list includes such civilized and forward-thinking places as Iran, North Korea, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Uganda, Syria, Afghanistan, Congo (both of them!), Kuwait, Egypt, Cuba, China, Niger, and so on.

Funny, I seem to recall you commenting previously about how the United States should be ashamed of being on the same list as some of these countries when it came to still using the death penalty.
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level 73
Apr 20, 2015
To quote you, how do you like the company you're in?
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level 71
Apr 21, 2015
That's a little disingenuous, Kal. Of the countries that don't yet recognise Palestine, many have stated that they recognise there should be a Palestine but they do not yet recognise that it exists, mainly for the reason you gave, ie they don't recognise that the PNA is in full control of both parts of the 'country'. For example, both houses of the Irish parliament unanimously voted for recognition, but Ireland does not yet formally recognise the country of Palestine, Japan accepts Palestinian nationality, but does not yet recognise the State of Palestine, and so on. Also, New Zealand can't be placed in the 'does not recognise' basket, since they don't formally recognise anyone, they simply imply recognition through their relations.
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level 73
Apr 21, 2015
How am I being disingenuous? I agree with what you just said. The United States would also like to see a workable two-state solution that would lead to two stable, peaceful, preferably democratic states existing side-by-side in harmony and cooperation. They would like nothing more. They've been endeavoring toward that goal for decades. But wishing for something to be true doesn't mean it is true.
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level 66
Jan 18, 2017
Most of those countries wouldn't know 'Democracy' if it stood up in their soup.
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level 73
Apr 20, 2017
If democracy is something that one finds standing in soup... I might not know what it is, either.
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level 46
Apr 25, 2017
:D
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level 53
May 15, 2017
Israel has tried and tried and tried and tried and tried again to get to a stable two-country solution, and five times it's been rejected. Yet now, Palestine is being established as a country without any agreement from Israel, which just goes to show the ridiculousness of it. Everyone - even Israel - would love a two-country system, but the supporting countries will only go with the two-country system if Israel doesn't support it.
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level 73
Nov 29, 2017
In fairness Aesthus the current government of Israel actually does not seem very interested in a two-state solution at all. They've more or less committed to maintaining the status quo.
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level 57
Dec 27, 2017
So after the breakdown ( or blowing up as it were) of relations with the UK the USA became Israel's number one supporter. Without the USA's economic and military support it would never have survived. As it would never have got off the ground without Sykes-Picot and the Balfour declaration before it. So this is not entirely a false narrative. Also, I think you will find that China is one of the most forward thinking governments in the world. My lecturers in Chinese history and politics at Uni impressed upon us that the Chinese Communist Party has 50 and 100 year plans in both politics and economics. Western democracies, especially the one I live in; I doubt if the narcissistic turds running this country have anything planned past the next election.
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level 59
Oct 8, 2017
AlexanderTheLarge doesn't exist. Get rid of it asap.
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level 17
Apr 20, 2015
how come more people get palau(which i have never heard of) than the philipines?
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level 73
Apr 21, 2015
Probably as others have pointed out, the "F" sound at the beginning of The Philippines, when spoken in English.
+3
level 36
Aug 9, 2017
It's Jetpunk. We love Oceania here.
+1
level 9
Apr 22, 2015
Forgot the obvious Pakistan!
+2
level 79
Jan 16, 2016
They are ALL obvious.
+1
level 13
Jun 4, 2015
I finished the quiz with 2 minutes and 1 second left.
+1
level 11
Sep 5, 2015
100% with 0:33 left, got stuck on philippines
+1
level 36
Sep 22, 2015
Can we just save the pc politics! Palestine is not now nor will it be.
+1
level 28
Nov 3, 2015
100% with 2:14 left. Im a slow typer and my right hand is broken
+1
level 51
Dec 18, 2015
Everything working alright and i answered all the questions but screen is locked help
+1
level 6
Dec 23, 2015
I missed Philippines
+1
level 32
Jan 6, 2016
I didn't get pakistan but got all the others
+1
level 32
Jan 6, 2016
face palm
+1
level 28
Jan 8, 2016
2:45 to spare! One of the easiest
+1
level 35
Jan 10, 2016
missed png :(
+2
level 12
Apr 11, 2016
Puerto Rico? No? Why?
+3
level 46
Nov 21, 2016
It's not a country it's a US Territory. For Instance Guam doesn't feature in the 'G' version of this quiz.
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level 46
May 21, 2016
I missed Pakistan, Peru, Portugal and Palau... I seriously cannot brain today XD
+1
level 33
Jun 18, 2016
The flag that is shown is my home country: PANAMA
+1
level 67
Jul 6, 2016
2.45 minutes left!
+1
level 21
Sep 9, 2016
yay 100%
+1
level 24
Oct 27, 2016
why they cant got my country (philippines)
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level 66
Nov 29, 2017
I had them all except one Josh and went alphabetically through the Pe's and Pi's and did not think of the PH's or I would have got it.
+1
level 24
Nov 3, 2016
ARRGH! ONLY 69% only got my country( philippines) really??
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level 64
Apr 20, 2017
Probably because of the confusing 'F' sound when pronouncing the country's name.
+1
level 26
Nov 19, 2016
Ponda? Really no Ponda? Or Poondopoodia? Add those two.
+1
level 42
Nov 29, 2017
What are you talking about? Are you making a joke that's going over my head
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level 24
Nov 20, 2016
I'm terrible at Jetpunk quizzes even though I got 9/9 on this.
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level 23
Nov 21, 2016
2:29 left.
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level 67
Nov 21, 2016
When I was in school there were more. Persia. Pangea.
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level 64
Jan 3, 2017
I'll let Persia slide, but Pangea. Seriously? That's like saying Africa is a country.
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level 49
Jan 18, 2017
I think he's saying he was is school a LOOOOOOONG time ago.
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level 22
Jan 7, 2018
lol
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level 27
Nov 29, 2016
aggghh paraguay
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level 42
Dec 8, 2016
probably already been stated Palestine is not a country. It is a region.
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level 24
Jan 5, 2017
got 100% but only through reading the comments lol
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level 66
Feb 11, 2017
Not only a cheat, but proud of it!
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level 64
Apr 20, 2017
Sounds like someone was lazy that day.
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level 66
Feb 15, 2017
I'm so used to just typing "New Guinea" that I frequently forget the country's proper name is "Papua New Guinea." D'oh!
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level 54
Feb 18, 2017
I missed Poland! No way!
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level 32
Apr 8, 2017
Palestine is not a country.
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level 39
Apr 20, 2017
It's not. But some people start up stupid arguments over it. And the only reason it's on this quiz is Quizmaster (the creator of this quiz) is trying to avoid getting swamped with idiotic comments.
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level 64
Apr 20, 2017
Best comment I've seen regarding the issue.
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level 73
Apr 21, 2017
Spot on.
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level 53
May 15, 2017
And yet here we are, with twenty-six different mentions of Palestine in the comments. Ah, internet...
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level 47
Apr 20, 2017
Almost missed Pakistan, I live here. Quizmaster, will you please put the picture of Pakistan's flag instead of Panama? It would be a pleasure.
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level 66
Apr 20, 2017
You live in Pakistan and need a flag of Pakistan to remind you?
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level 56
Apr 20, 2017
I don't live in Peru, but I DEMAND that you put the Peruvian flag at the top. I will be deeply OFFENDED if you don't do this, because it's all about ME ME ME, isn't it!!!
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level 64
Apr 20, 2017
No, just remind yourself that Pakistan exists.
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level 56
Apr 20, 2017
No Pangaea...? ;-)
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level 37
Apr 20, 2017
This one is tricky because if you go by official name then China is "People's Republic of China"
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level 70
Apr 20, 2017
Other countries have official names too.
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level 64
Apr 20, 2017
But it isn't. If it were, it would've been specified.
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level 43
Apr 20, 2017
Nice and easy and quick
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level 14
Apr 20, 2017
Got them all but one in about 20 seconds, then sat there pondering the final one til I realised....Portugal! Face palm. I had 1.20 remaining.
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level 66
Apr 20, 2017
took me almost 2 minutes to get the last one, Phillipines. Made it with 0:15 left on the clock tho :)
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level 17
Apr 21, 2017
palestine is not a country!
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level 49
Nov 30, 2017
Since that has already been said 5 times what were you hoping to do here?
+1
level 35
Apr 29, 2017
I took it twice, 6/9 the first time then 9/9.
+1
level 70
May 24, 2017
I got 12 of 9, but missed Venezuela.
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level 39
May 30, 2017
Since when does Venezuela start with a P?
+1
level 15
Jun 22, 2017
2:08
+1
level 43
Jul 18, 2017
2.24 left well pleased, everything seemed to fall into place
+1
level 19
Jul 31, 2017
Ooops! Forgot Portugal :(
+1
level 19
Aug 11, 2017
100% with 1:55 remaining! :D :D yooo!
+1
level 39
Aug 18, 2017
How is Panama the most guessed, beating Poland, Pakistan, Portugal, Philippines and Papa New Guinea?
+2
level 73
Nov 29, 2017
Panamanian flag at the top might have something to do with it.
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level 15
Oct 21, 2017
2:34 left
+1
level 66
Nov 29, 2017
Boil an egg!
+1
level 55
Jul 29, 2018
In only 2½ minutes the chick might still be alive.
+1
level 33
Dec 24, 2017
only missed poland dunno how
+1
level 16
Jan 10, 2018
Damm! I forget that philippines start with p, my portuguese is tricking me
+1
level 26
Jun 1, 2018
Puerto Rico??
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Portlandia??
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